Stuttering is complex, interesting, misunderstood, and newsworthy, which is why we see reports on the subject all the time. Television, newspapers, magazines, internet sites, and others report on stuttering, but the views and attitudes expressed about stuttering are not always accurate in reflecting the views of the National Stuttering Association.

Reporters are often looking for an interesting angle or an “amazing breakthrough possible cure” for stuttering, so they often focus on specific findings. Nonetheless, we appreciate and welcome the publicity since it brings stuttering to the forefront and increases stuttering awareness. We’ve highlighted here a few recent news stories about stuttering and the NSA.

  • 8 Truths People Who Stutter Wish Everyone...

    Although stuttering might make some think of that nervous kid in the...

  • Get to know NSA’er David Resnick

    David Resnick grew up in Great Neck, New York and was never...

  • The New Treatments That Could Transform Speech...

    Whenever Matt Maxion approached the counter at McDonald’s, he wanted nothing more...

  • Summer Camp for Kids Who Stutter Ends...

    When 11-year-old Madison Denton ordered a scoop of Americone Dream on a...

  • The NSA Responds to Insensitive Radio Broadcast

    The National Stuttering Association is extremely troubled by a recent segment broadcast...

  • Get to know NSA’er Jaime Habing!

    In 2010, as a first-timer at the National Stuttering Association’s conference in...

  • Interview with PWS and long-time NSA’er, Sarah...

    Sarah D’Agostino is a person who stutters and previous NSA Family Program...

  • Sophie Gustafson: PWS, professional golfer, long-time NSA...

    She has been mentoring a high school boy about his battles with...

  • Interview with PWS and Future SLP, Ross...

    24-year old Ross Christensen is a person who stutters, NSA chapter leader,...